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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Well kiiWn iBtn0hef^|t�iw^ er knifkt Sugar Company Ititen�i� I |; Southern AUnrtans learned' wltli , f �eep regret today of the deatii at }. nichard Kln�By athlB home>.m llay-' I tnood.. IMitli ; caita6 As. a result t�t piicunionla following Influenza. V "pick'' Klnsey yftis one of the best .'known ranchers In Southern Alberta. ; Jn 1901 he came to this provlnw from , ' Paysont. UUhi to take a poaj^tld^ aa I foi-oman with the Knight dugar Co., V vrlio bbufht lafgr ranoli propertieB ! here at thttt tltite. Wat 16 years h� ; hold that *o�ltl6�i and on th* fitlra' ineni of Ray Knight from the active , laaaag^niant M the oOatitany's inter-esta io Alberta Mr. Klnsey was made k inauafcah When Jdr, Knight maved! ;i Ilia residence In Raymond, arid''|it*a| l; there that the LdthbHdge BcWrtf^Jt I tfhde was *efitfertalnbd �n its vUlt'to f Uaymohd a tew mottths agt>, . ^ Mr. lecinsey was about'fifty years of ' age. 3t)eaklng of him to the Herald i. Mr. ttiilght Said: "He was one f Of the best fellows t evefeknew and as ,c' true as Bt�M." Wh�n he fell 111-Mr. Kntght saw to It that-a trained nurse f 'Was stil^pliea and everything possible V 'was doiie to brlttg him through. Mijs-.; Kins6y land daughtisr were in Uiah' i When Mr. Kinsey fslT ill, and reacHi^a li his bednide iust a few minutes after ,1 he expired.ruBihidbS.A widow, deceases cd leaves thrte sons and one daughter, ;! Rollo, fiert, Shirley anft Luclle. Fun-.j eAi! arAftgrements hare not yet been 5 ahjiounced.. 4 * �X>�4.4>4i�. 4. 4.  . ._/TME LATE J, t. WILKliE, Chttmian'fealillfn i>f the Victory L�an, iwmmfttfe* announoedk ^i �Wh. sftBil meet J. B, Wllkie, r^jw&iBcljpif: Tlie IrtehdBlitp on �anh we betiii; . , -^ontribwteiL'cfci* a SOUfOFDHR 4- and Mrs.-JJAgU-Macbeth rwrerlfe ' cheered ;�hi9 mornlrfg' Jon-.,re:-.,t>t a cableHffom Bnglana. staH^^^ then �on, ^^''^oddy Madfeft of ilrtlllery, \i\ta tyas repoAtJd'sef �^111 on-AloWay^^'lB out eljdkn^r the hatureMP�1Mne6B:'ws,haS Was Well Known Old Timer^ Had ]^�en Farmint at . C ^on^|!tl tMlllRll, l*rhe death .iJffiviMi^ Jhdy hospltMe 'Wma^yJ .Jiy" atternooiS''�Dt .^unft., ....... iigea 45 yeiirs?* vhiUmwi*rrt'-"d1il tifaicr iti Lethbrtdge and Western;. ..Canada. iJ^a'th was due to Influenza with, imeu-Jhonia compllcatiohs. Deceased has been farming" for the past couple of years at Chin.-H'e^oaniB ''/rfjito Iiethbridgei.l� f^ weeks jigo at the conclusion of farming operations for the year. He was a prominent mem-J ber of the Gun Club, and; was winner of the city championship this. year. He was unmai-ried. A brother George here survives him.: . > Medicin; en leamel George att^KPte. MaclMSi ;e been witif .IP. wMo;*: ,B Bent wo: thum flirt Hcmof Flags iibff' lai endumi Vnimoiit _ the locp Two � deaths fi;om piieumoiil.a fol-',l'THtdes"^!t loxvlng mtluensilvhave occurred at Ihel'.A*''* emergency. ;hp^,ltal in We.sJey Ha'tl';, �Mtt�o* durmg the-'pa8t,-24 hours. � The lasl l - MISSION AT LONDON ---� � � ,  Ottawa, NOT. 8.-An official .* quarantine, on Wednftsiivy 19 and on,-^ ----,. .... -----  i - .",^7,",/?..^ . .ui TueBaBfe^Sl, so*UM^tniBte has been.a> *nnonn^ept was ;ma�fe this ..^-���M:�rt disfinaaiAn tiv^r-i tbP. people reeblfSflttiifrom' the jnaladyl* of the government to isstablisli at, Nov. C-'I'hfi fifth an-of .tli^Alliorlii Feder,-. wilt l)p iiP.ui itt tfte-Mediclnfi Hat, commonc-In'g MAttdaf,- .lupuai-y 6tli. The local c(Slnmtttee"*b'n arrang.3!neiils, selected by" the Trades and Labor Counci), hive secured the largo hall tor the sessions, and the Trades and Labor rooms will be utilized for reception and "comnllttee room purjioses. Othera adcftm'fiAtftjMbn in nlso being secured" on the pTemlses. The convention will probably be in Bossion for aCTeast three'days and nlghtfi. / Delei|att>s' Expenses Pooled ' E^or the first tinu'. in the history of tile PederatlOn, the railway expenses of all delegates will be pooled. This jnfians tykt^vlUftC. delegate? Jjogi Mediclnfi Haefeltt'^ay lhQir..3harel"ot:the pM mjg|^S.t)'avelled /.6jP.%^ther ft�e L(�{rfj)^gtJ?.cibv'?!n-"�ry the prop'osltlon;**ijs ral'erred to a :-retcr-;d received almost-un-k. Medicine Hat fall-J* idea, aliliough'jt;Kits 'S Jiaavlly,">tas. .the ^ >1, and ntfiiiated. bodies . to bear:, considerable ' liJjse on.account - of ;t|ie ' iangemSnts. w'^s-' -�kble ou'HaiS ; 7 lass Pfilitical Party ^ "Uethlir'idg^ ctJnveiitioii �^edefatlSri'cxethitive "to -^,,,-._t3ve in--eallingf'ra; con-.y'ertfltf&jlufti^rthe prcapnt,yeal-i'^ Ofi�ap.0S'ed Wj^Jalone; of{ trades""uhlon-istB.,,buf thC.'#age earners'Unorgariized anii-ltf'Va;rlfp:iwalk8 of^llte, UfeTJdard,; iJlg the.waUer on,.ilii'fer-'decided ;to^ not ^kff dff-rior to another cbnyen-IJederatfofiV "THjB' pttJgrftm ..,,^^,i�nced ill-, tlie-W.lilr-contention caiVitis to, on the day following the adjournment of the Federation T3t)nventlon,*liave a ^leeting of all del-, egates to the Federation convention  held In tills city, "for the purpose," as the Call sets forth, "of formulating some plan; upon iwhicli the working class of thlg" province may, at a future date, hold a convention with a view ot; forming a working clas's political 'The fqllowlnfl is the list of Victory Loari honor flagk. won In Southern Albtrta: BASSANO-r'Plag and crown. CROSSFIEUP-Flag and crown. jIeNNER-Plag, seven crowns^ CLAftESHOLM, flag and four, crowns. MAGRATH -Flag and five crowlf)t. r CAlipARV-Flag, oiic crown. . .pKdTOKS.-Flag Tipd three EOW ISLAND-Flag. .' HANNA-^Flag and crown. HIGH RIVER-Flag. � \ COMMERCE-Flag, , REOCLIFFE-Flag and crown. BLACKIE-Flag. LETHBRIDGE�-Flag and five Crowne,...... BRANTf-Flag, three crowns. COLEMAN^Flag, three crowns. BLAIRMORE-Flag, one crown. HALKIRK-Flag and crown. MONITOR-Flag. CASTOR-Flag. COALDALE-Flag. CARMANGAV-Flan. , . . NANTON-]Flag, ... ^' ::PRANK-rFlag. . , NOtLEPOf^D-rFlag. , . ; .RA8SBWR0-Flag. v; MEDICINE HAT - Flag- and.;�ome heated discussion oViSrv the jttction itiiketi by the execuTive. Frotft i;thar,|the'rfe**re' .1^^^,. less, S thaji.. ^?200: * , -JiWdoh* ;. , -r,. t v .-. � cis'*!'. In^f^Aiaibrid'gfr' asS'against 6ver: >4>=vThe st�temefit;ia HHfollo*Hi^ SlJO it tone Tlflje.; However, the three !Md#PoA ifit?He mies^oni4n.;* �*  * -e-  ? ? ? ! ? (}efMte: is,ik�o\s!n.. It .would alp.(> appear Oiat� Secretary -Smitten would find no'^^SppositioK toi*l�' -ifft-M^CtlotW The vice-presideiits ,aifi �elected eaclfin year by the Trades and LabOt Council of the Tarious cltlfes, .^i^hlleth^ miners have two representatives oh the board; EAD AI m\ LAKE ' :Mrs. W. .0. bars.en ot Grassy Lake died todayji-a vieUm,of the influenza^. noon. according lo word received iihtlte city t.liia attenlijon by Gapt,:GG6.,fe-.-Porter, �fonnerly of ihat^toWn.'' ^ier nusbaad is the leading hardware, merchant of. .Grassjf, l^ak^, �a�d.tUp late .Mj-s ulcers, pimples, scales, crust or cczef;::!;;, ma in any form, this remedy wlllijuot disappoist you. -It has stood the:*Jte8t.%1 and today is the. master preparirtlonf&f for all skin diseasesi Try D.D.DiSW�;p4i guarantee it.-J. D. Hlginbotha*'.>&-S'S ,Go., Ltd., druggists.-Advertisement.,.^''*' D. D. J. 1 i ?f r � I "I, ^ �'> �: i ���� .: �I - IS me iriie ifies^ning of Victory ^ ^WE are witWri sight of-Victory, and now, less than ever, can we afford to rest in a false atmosphere of security. / ^Now is the moment for a grand rally, an irresistible push forward/with men and money. ^The men are thele-r-and always fresh ones go. They must continually be ffed, clothed, .jajr\d f �|ppjie.i3 with ammunition. The work of supporting tliem, the/'EASY PART, is ours. *" iany oPife of us fail them at this end? A . , A HUNDRED TIMES, NO! ^ ^ r^Aiiid what are we asked to do^V^ C Ti' ^Sitnply-to LEND to our own Gountny, mt)re money, that the great fight may be finished * J ^ i# ifSj and that the sacrifices made for u? infour years of war fshall not be in yain> No thinking mr-n or woman who realizes this can fail to respond to the limit'bf liis or her ability. id Canad&,makes itvveryjeasy for us to do this.through ', . , i ~" , The Victory Loan 1918 ^She will pay us interest at 5'/^ per cent, on any amount we lend. She offers us Bdl|ds  backed by the country itself, the highest security in the world. Bonds issued in convenient denominations of $50, $100, $500 and $1,000, repayal^le in 5 or 15 years/as we liiay desire. . ' � ^- � � - ' " ' \ \ Lethbridge lias alte^dy over-subscribed its quota-the first city in Western Canada to do so. If every citizen of Southei�n'Alberta does hl^ q Her best we shall make another record when the xrowns on our honor flag irffe^gllf^^ted^^ ^ Now th^, all toQether--4o Victory ! # � , This' space donated lo the Victory Loan 191S Campaign by the following Wholesale i^-uit dealers: , ^, ,;>a'' Thetethhiage MeKantUe Co., Ltd. \ Plunbtt �& Savage >Scott Pniit e^rtWJfM'  fir ftS 53 5570??75 ;